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Cory Barlog Admits He Had 'No Idea' What He Was Doing When Directing God of War 2

In news that’s sure to make you feel old, God of War II is celebrating its 14th anniversary this weekend. The game – which launched on the PlayStation 2 after the release of the PS3 – is widely regarded as a classic, with its larger-than-life set-pieces and overall mastery of Sony’s hardware. It also saw Cory Barlog take the directorial reins from series creator David Jaffe.
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Cory Barlog Reassures Fans That God of War Ragnarok is Coming ‘WHEN. IT’S. DONE.’

Today’s State of Play entirely centered on games coming within the next four months, and there was disappointment from some that God of War Ragnarok (not it’s official title yet, mind you, that’s just what everyone has taken to calling it) didn’t show up at all. The sequel to 2018’s God of War isn’t expected until 2022 at the earliest, and details have been scant. The last time we saw anything about the game was back in September 2020 when it was first announced. Even then, there wasn’t much to go on besides confirmation that it’s in the works and a logo. To reassure fans who have been eagerly waiting for news on the next game in the series, Director Cory Barlog took to Twitter. While he didn’t name God of War specifically, his tweet was an obvious response to people asking when the game is coming.